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St. Benedict Junior Boys Basketball Team Wins NOSSA

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March 2, 2011 - After winning the City Championships, the St. Benedict Junior Boys Basketball Team was invited to play in the NOSSA tournament in Desbarats, Ontario. The team travelled to Central Algoma Secondary School where they were challenged by teams from North Bay, Sault Ste-Marie and Central Algoma. After a very successful season in Sudbury, the team was well prepared to take on these champions from the other northern Ontario districts. After defeating all three of these teams, the boys were awarded gold medals and were declared NOSSA champions. The NOSSA banner for Junior Boys Basketball was brought back to St. Benedict School for the first time in St. Ben's history. Congratulations go out to the members and the coaches of this strong team.

Members of the team include: Graeme Rickards, Ben Pambianco, Michael Marcantognini, Romi Baki, Curtis Hancock, Zachary LaFramboise, Kurtis Clement, Spencer Romenco, Alex Vendramin, Daniel Eddy.

Coaches: Pat Faiella, Scott Hancock, Julian Rickards

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